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KMSC Closing Dates

KMSC will be moving from the Comstock Memorial Union to Flora Frick Hall this summer. We will officially be closing down KMSC on May 1st and will be doing our last charting at CMJ on May 4th.

We are very excited to be moving near the Mass Communication department and hope to build KMSC in the next year.

We do have three positions open- Station Manager, Music Director, and Program Director- for next year. If you are interested please contact kmscdragonradio@gmail.com for an application.

Until May rolls around, we will keep on broadcasting, so keep tuning in and listen to our awesome DJ’s!

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Top 5 Adds 3/31

1. The Staves- If I Was

2. Death Cab For Cutie- Kintsugi

3. Sufjan Stevens- Carrie and Lowell

4. Monophonics- Sound of Sinning

5. Fort Romeau- Insides

 

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Top 30 3/31

1. Island Apollo- Island Apollo

2. Mod Sun- Look Up

3. Halsey- Room 93

4. Doomtree- All Hands

5. The Districts- A Flourish and A Spoil

6. The Brevet- American Novel

7. Nemes- I Carry Your Heart

8. Jeff The Brotherhood- Wasted on the Dream

9. Sandra Kolstad- Zero Gravity State of Mind

10. Diplo- Florida

11. Young Buffalo- House

12. Jose Gonzalez- Vestiges and Claws

13. Elle King- Love Stuff

14. Mikky Ekko- Time

15. Hippo Campus- Bashful Creatures

16. Stonechild- Real Eyes

17. Tuxedo- Tuxedo EP

18. Moon Duo- Shadow of the Sun

19. Midnight Pilot- Midnight Pilot

20. Pell- Floating While Dreaming

21. Nash Albert- Rude Beggar

22. Motorama- Poverty

23. Wild Adriatic- Never Enough

24. San Cisco- Gracetown

25. Turbo Fruits- No Control

26. Mercies- Blue Against Green

27. James Bay- Chaos and the Calm

28. Modest Mouse- Strangers to Ourselves

29. Prinze George- Prinze George EP

30. Greg Grease- Born to Lurk Forced to Work

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Until the Ribbon Breaks Interview

Listen below to hear a snippet of an interview that our station manager, Alayna, did with UK artist Until the Ribbon Breaks (UTRB)! This interview was done while London Grammar was performing, which can be heard in the background.  UTRB is a Top 30 artist on our charts and came in at #2 this week. Check back for a write up on the interview with UTRB and more audio snippets next week!

 

 

 

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CD Giveaways!

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On Tuesday we did some tabling at the CMU to give away CD’s and stickers. Needless to say, students love free stuff! We will be in the CMU until 2 today and will be tabling Monday from 11:00 to 1:30 to giveaway some more awesome stuff!

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Top 5 Adds 2/3/2015

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This week we had some great EP’s come into the station. Halsey, Panic is Perfect, and Sylvia Yacoub are infused with pop-electronic sounds that make you want to sing along. All have their differences though. Halsey, similar to Chvrches and Ellie Goulding, adds rap/hip-hop elements to her music, which helps her stand out from the other electronic-pop female artists. Panic is Perfect, similar to Phoenix, has an indie rock feel with a joyous, upbeat vibe. Sylvia Yacoub, a contestant on The Voice, has a strong soulful voice that can make anyone’s head bop during the upbeat songs on the album. Number Station and Chadwick Stokes are our indie rock music for the week. Number Station has more of a pop-vibe with their driving bass lines and unison “hey’s.” Chadwick Stokes, who’s album was produced by Sam Beam of Iron & Wine, has a great folk-rock sound that has similarity to Iron & Wine as well as Frontier Ruckus.

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